Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approach by Petruska ClarksonTransactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approach by Petruska Clarkson

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approach

byPetruska ClarksonEditorPetruska Clarkson

Paperback | November 11, 1993

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Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approachis the first advanced clinical textbook for many years, written for psychotherapists and counsellors who use the theory and techniques of Transactional Analysis in their practice or who are interested in expanding their repertoire. Clarkson provides a comprehensive guide to goal-setting and clinical planning for every stage of treatment. Not only a practical textbook relevant to modern developments in supervision, but one which makes a new and original contribution to ways of thinking about transference and countertransference, the theory of self and the process of psychotherapeutic change.
Title:Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated ApproachFormat:PaperbackDimensions:364 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.1 inPublished:November 11, 1993Publisher:Taylor and Francis

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ISBN - 10:041508699X

ISBN - 13:9780415086998

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations List of Contributors Acknowledgements Preface 1. Transactional analysis as an integrated approach to psychotherapy 2. Change, `cure' or adjustment 3. The theory of ego states 4. Diagnosis 5. The psychotherapy of ego states 6. Treatment planning 7. Transference and countertransference in TA 8. The psychology of the self in transactional analysis 9. Transactional analysis and group therapy 10. Systemic assessment and TA psychotherapy with children 11. The psychotherapist in training, supervision and at work 12. A multiplicity of therapeutic relationships as a principle of integration Appendices Bibliography Index